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Six Degrees of Separation (1993)

Six Degrees of Separation
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Will Smith Will Smith
Paul
Ian McKellen Ian McKellen
Geoffrey
Bruce Davison Bruce Davison
Larkin
Richard Masur Richard Masur
Dr. Fine


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John Guare John Guare
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We're all separated by six degrees

8 years, 2 months ago at Apr 17 0:11
Will smith's first movie, & for my money, one of his best.
There are 3 scenes in this movie that make it such a standout for me: confidence man, Paul "Poitier's" (Will's Smith) observations on Catcher In The Rye & the nature of creativity; the phone call dialogue between he & Ouisa Kittredge (Stockard Channing): & finally, Oiusa's heartfelt speech about people's tendency to turn meaningful ... read more

A very good movie

6 years, 5 months ago at Jan 11 17:56
Not so long ago, Will Smith was without a doubt the king of the box-office. After taking a 4 year break after ‘Hancock’, he still managed to get a hit with ‘Men In Black 3’ while most of us thought it would flop terrible but, a year later, he made the very dubious decision to make a movie with the infamous M. Night Shyamalan but ‘After Earth’ turned out to be a huge failure, critically... read more
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Release date: 8 December 1993
UPC: 027616851574
Tags: Drama (9), Mystery (6), 1993 (4), Suicide (4), New York City (4), Racism (3), Mental Illness (3), Based On A Play (3), 1990s (3), Art (3), Class Differences (2), Homophobia (2), Satire (2), Based On Play (2), Gay (2), Comedy (2), Melancholy (1), Sexuality (1), Impersonation (1), Male Frontal Nudity (1)
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" There are 3 scenes in this movie that make it such a standout for me: confidence man, Paul "Poitier's" (Will's Smith) observations on Catcher In The Rye and the nature of creativity; the phone call dialogue between he and Louisa Kittredge (Stockard Channing): and finally, Loiusa's heartfelt speech about people's tendency to turn meaningful experiences into throwaway anecdotes. Who would've thought that a film with this much philosophy could be this entertaining? Plus, not only is this a perfo"



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